Question about GE 106591 Coffee Maker
The Micro fuse is opening and closing and almost completly gone.
The Micro fuse is shorted open. There are two underneath the housing. They are made byMICROTEMP® and are the G400 series rated at 216 Degrees Centigrade.
You can check these with a Ohm meter to see if you have continuity. Checking across the leads of each one they should show infinity. if not you've identified the defective fuse. You can pick up a new thermal fuse at Radio Shack. The closest one to the specs of the Microtemp is a Radio Shack part number 270-1321 rated at 228 Degrees Centigrade. Before removing the old one notice which way the hat end faces. As cheap as they are I would replace both at the same time ($1.50 each).
Use a heat sink when soldering the new thermal fuse in place by using alligator clips or a pair of pliers. Reassemble and your back in business as a Barista.
Note: There are four Phillips head screws under the rubber pads. The three unusual screw heads may be removed/installed with a small screwdriver installed in just one of the slots.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
I have this problem with a 4 cup model. 4 cups in, 2 cups out. I cleaned it twice with vinegar (with a filter in place). The first time didn't seem to help, but the second time I got about 2.5 cups out, along with a bunch of old grounds that I think had been sucked into the pump. Ran water through it twice, and now it gets to about 3 cups.
I think the problem is just that the pump is clogged with grounds. If vinegar makes yours worse my guess is that a big piece got dislodged and is now blocking the tube. More vinegar might help.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
you can contact Keurig at 1-866-901-2739 or Keurig.com
You do have a 1 year warranty, and if you are out of warranty. They will give a discount on a new unit.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
SOURCE: my keurig only brews 1/2
The next time you go to brew a cup, open the lid to the water well and locate the little clear rubber spout that sticks out of the side of the machine toward the top. When you brew the cup watch the spout to see if water is coming out of it into the water well. If it is you can just put your finger over the hole and the machine should brew the whole cup.
I usually only have to do this once every time the problem starts happening, but it is clearly not a permanent solution. I assume the problem is with a valve inside the machine or something, and to fix it permanently you should probably get the unit serviced or exchanged under manufacturers warranty.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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